Jagen & Corky


Beagle
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Home:Boiling Springs, PA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 17 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
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 Intelligence 
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 Friendliness 
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 Playfulness 
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 Disposition 
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Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
September 5th 1997

Likes:
sniffing, sniffing, baying, sniffing, sleeping, playing together, back to sniffing

Pet-Peeves:
each other's presence within 3 feet during meal times; new adopted sister Kirrie's puppy-like exuberance when we're trying to sleep

Favorite Toy:
each other first, our human buddies second

Favorite Food:
we'll eat ANYTHING

Favorite Walk:
in the woods

Best Tricks:
howling on cue; sniffing out tiny particles of food

Arrival Story:
Went to pick up one beagle, but couldn't resist, so brought home 2 littermates--good decision!!

Bio:
Ever since we were born, we've been inseparable. Perhaps a bit "enmeshed" but we really don't care. Although occasionally we let someone take individual photos of us, we usually like to get "in the picture" together. We couldn't bear to be separated, even by having separate websites!! As beagles we have one message for all our doggie friends on dogster: "aaaaaoooooooooooooooooo!" (That's a beagle baying word for "come join us!!") -J&C

Forums Motto:
Inseparable

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Wanted: Advice on Beagles (Please!)

I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 13th 2005 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
106880


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Dear Kirrie, Beagles are NOT sheep!


After This, How're We Going to Live with Him?

April 18th 2008 11:07 am
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What a day this has been! Pugsy, who has only had a dogster site up for 2 days, just was awarded Diary of the Day today, and he has been flooded with lots of good wishes and new pals. This has been great for us, too, because we have new pals to go along with all our dear old pals, but we're just a bit worried.

Pugsy has always been a laid-back kinda dog, but what if this all goes to his head? We finally got Kirrie to accept her #3 spot in the family, and up until now, Pugsy has seemed happy with #4. But he is the only male dog in the family, and we've heard all about alpha males. We sure hope that all this stardom doesn't go to his head and he then feels the need to upset the applecart. We know when we've got a good thing going (as #1&2) and we don't want that to change.

So far, he's just snoozing away the day, so we're keeping our front paws crossed that we can just all enjoy the day and then go back to things the way they've always been.

By the way, we're not nearly as jealous as this might sound...

 

Kirrie, I Can Be A Play Therapy Dog, Too!

April 16th 2008 7:03 pm
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Hey Kirrie,
Jagen here. Guess what? You're not the only play therapy dog in the family anymore. I just had my first big session with a child, and I think I can do this type of work, too. Ever since we began learning with clicker training and those extra-special treats, I've been a great performer! I may not have the same energy as you have, but kids really love to pet me and especially my ears, and I even stand still for it, which is more than I can say for you!

Who says an old dog can't learn new tricks!!!??!!!

 

Kirrie, Your Take on Your Fame is Skewed

January 31st 2008 10:08 am
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Dear Kirrie,
We just read your diary entry about being as humble as ever despite your recent fame. We beg to differ with you. All we ever hear about is play therapy this and play therapy that. It gets old after a while, especially since we've done our share of play therapy work, too. Granted, we don't go in and let kids put dress-up bandannas around our necks or train us - we have our dignity to think about. But long before your time, we would help kids by letting them pet us and pretending to be search and rescue dogs sniffing among the toys.
You might THINK that you're being humble, but we see you every day, and that's not how we'd describe it. Even though you're still the #3 dog in our 4-dog household (we're numbers 1 & 2, of course), we see you taking liberties with our favorite sleeping places, running out in the yard, and showing off with your ball-catching skills. We really don't mind that you do all this ball stuff, as in our middle years, we are content with sleeping, hanging out in the run, and walks to sniff out new things in the neighborhood. But just don't get any ideas, because Beagles Rule in this house. We love you and all, but every once in a while we just have to put our paws down, for the sake of peace at home. Got it?? Good! Now let us get some zzzz's and go out and play ball.
Jagen & Corky (& Pugsy, who doesn't have his Dogster page up yet)

 
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